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2019

MIDTOWN OPEN THE PARK 2019

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April 19(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

A gentle breeze blows through the town,vibrant hues of greenery add to the colors, the sky is crystal clear blue. Colorful picnic sheets or cafes in the woods, perfect for a leisure time. The koinobori carp streamers that you can crawl through. Enjoy a precious moment right in the heart of the city.

Picnic Sheet Exhibition

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May 8(Wed) - May 26(Sun)

The Picnic Sheet Exhibition will feature original picture sheets by around 50 designers belonging to JAGDA (Japan Graphic Designers Association) on the grass. Sit or lie down on them to freely enjoy a relaxing time.

Art Cinema

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May 25(Sat), 2019

The one night 'Roppongi Art Night' will once again be held this year as a special art event representing Tokyo. The Grass Square of Tokyo Midtown will transform into an outdoor movie theater. The directorial debut of the well-known artist named Banksy will be played.

Street Museum

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March 15(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

TOKYO MIDTOWN AWARD 2018 Art Competition winners will exhibit their latest woks. Also, a special collaboration with HML FESTIVAL is realized where you can enjoy the artwork by an artist currently residing in Hawaii.

nendo × Suntory Museum of Art
information or inspiration? Japanese aesthetics to enjoy with left side and right side of the brain

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April 27(Sat) - June 2(Sun)

When we encounter something beautiful, we usually experience two kinds of reactions. One may be moved by learning the background of the work or the artist, while the other one is an emotional excitement we feel for no apparent reason. Inspired by this duality, Oki Sato, chief designer and founder of nendo, proposes to enjoy this collection of Japanese art from two different perspectives; an informative way for the left side of the brain, and a more intuitive approach for the right side of the brain. In other words, this exhibition can be enjoyed twice. While you learn new things about Japanese aesthetics, you can also learn a little bit about yourself. So, do you prefer information or inspiration?

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub Special Exhibition: Kamiwaza Award Exhibition

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May 16(Thu) - June 5(Wed)

“Is it really paper?” ― “Kamiwaza Award” is an art competition on the theme of free ideas and creation based on paper. A retrospective of about 80 award-winning works from one generation to the other.

Street Museum

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March 15(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

Tokyo Midtown Award 2018 Art Competition winners will exhibit their lastest works on the street of the B1 of Plaza, such as installations and paintings etc. Witness the talents of tomorrow.

SENSE OF HUMOR

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March 15(Fri) - June 30(Sun)

Katsumi Asaba, an art director who continues to lead the times, will serve as exhibition director. This exhibition introduces documents and found objects that have inspired Asaba, along with the works of designers and artists who share his sense of humor and put them under a single roof. By looking at shapes and expressions of humor from across ages and borders, we can rediscover the humor that surrounds us in our day-to-day lives.

MIDTOWN OPEN THE PARK 2019

MORE INFORMATION

April 19(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

A gentle breeze blows through the town,vibrant hues of greenery add to the colors, the sky is crystal clear blue. Colorful picnic sheets or cafes in the woods, perfect for a leisure time. The koinobori carp streamers that you can crawl through. Enjoy a precious moment right in the heart of the city.

Picnic Sheet Exhibition

MORE INFORMATION

May 8(Wed) - May 26(Sun)

The Picnic Sheet Exhibition will feature original picture sheets by around 50 designers belonging to JAGDA (Japan Graphic Designers Association) on the grass. Sit or lie down on them to freely enjoy a relaxing time.

Art Cinema

MORE INFORMATION

May 25(Sat), 2019

The one night 'Roppongi Art Night' will once again be held this year as a special art event representing Tokyo. The Grass Square of Tokyo Midtown will transform into an outdoor movie theater. The directorial debut of the well-known artist named Banksy will be played.

Street Museum

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

TOKYO MIDTOWN AWARD 2018 Art Competition winners will exhibit their latest woks. Also, a special collaboration with HML FESTIVAL is realized where you can enjoy the artwork by an artist currently residing in Hawaii.

Street Museum

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - May 26(Sun)

Tokyo Midtown Award 2018 Art Competition winners will exhibit their lastest works on the street of the B1 of Plaza, such as installations and paintings etc. Witness the talents of tomorrow.

nendo × Suntory Museum of Art
information or inspiration? Japanese aesthetics to enjoy with left side and right side of the brain

MORE INFORMATION

April 27(Sat) - June 2(Sun)

When we encounter something beautiful, we usually experience two kinds of reactions. One may be moved by learning the background of the work or the artist, while the other one is an emotional excitement we feel for no apparent reason. Inspired by this duality, Oki Sato, chief designer and founder of nendo, proposes to enjoy this collection of Japanese art from two different perspectives; an informative way for the left side of the brain, and a more intuitive approach for the right side of the brain. In other words, this exhibition can be enjoyed twice. While you learn new things about Japanese aesthetics, you can also learn a little bit about yourself. So, do you prefer information or inspiration?

Tokyo Midtown Design Hub Special Exhibition: Kamiwaza Award Exhibition

MORE INFORMATION

May 16(Thu) - June 5(Wed)

“Is it really paper?” ― “Kamiwaza Award” is an art competition on the theme of free ideas and creation based on paper. A retrospective of about 80 award-winning works from one generation to the other.

SENSE OF HUMOR

MORE INFORMATION

March 15(Fri) - June 30(Sun)

Katsumi Asaba, an art director who continues to lead the times, will serve as exhibition director. This exhibition introduces documents and found objects that have inspired Asaba, along with the works of designers and artists who share his sense of humor and put them under a single roof. By looking at shapes and expressions of humor from across ages and borders, we can rediscover the humor that surrounds us in our day-to-day lives.

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